Wisconsin Loons Rescued From Pile Of Cow Poop
Two lucky loons are now living the life after being released on Wisconsin's Pelican Lake. The loons were among several taken in by the Raptor Education Group during a recent loon fallout. "Loons fly 5,6,7,000 feet in the air at 70 mph. So if they encounter a thunderstorm up there and it's that cold their bodies start icing up," Kevin Grezner, of the REGI told WSAW. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer explains.